Two single-family houses on the west side of Broadway north of 20th Street in the Arnada neighborhood would be removed to make room for a three-floor building with 23 apartments and seven live-work units under a development application submitted to the city of Vancouver.
The two houses are at 2000 and 2004 Broadway Street. The project, on 8,700 square feet of land, will include eight on-site parking spaces, accessible from an alley behind the property, and eight leased off-site spaces, according to the preliminary development application.
The application was filed by the Mark R. Madden Living Trust of Portland. The project architect is Studio 3 Architecture of Salem, Ore., and the developer is identified as V W 4 Development of Vancouver.
The house at 2000 Broadway was heavily damaged by a fire in January. It had been being used as a residence and office space for a psychotherapist, the Vancouver Fire Marshal said at the time. That property is owned by the Robert H. Bedrossian Decedents Trust. Bedrossian, a well-known ophthalmologist, died in 2010 at age 86.
A pre-application meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. June 23 in the Alder Conference Room at Vancouver City Hall. More information is available from Greg Turner, the city’s case manager, at Greg.firstname.lastname@example.org or 3600487-7883.